Labor Day Mattress Deals
In search of a mattress that provides ideal support, plush comfort, and a restful night's sleep? Well, look no further than our Natural and Organic Latex Mattress! A much healthier option than the conventional memory foam or gel memory foam mattresses, you are guaranteed to fall in love with our latex mattress once you realize its full potential!
The most important aspect that our focus lies upon is providing our customers with the purest product, free of any harmful toxins, synthetic fillers, and additives. While gel-infused memory foam mattresses are chock full of potentially dangerous chemicals, the premium foam that composes our latex mattresses consists solely of naturally harvested ingredients like organic cotton and GOLS-certified organic latex.
Instead of chemical retardants, our mattress uses natural New Zealand wool to obstruct any fire hazards. The components we use and the mattresses we produce are certified by GOLS, GOTS, Oeko-Tex, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA. In addition, our production facilities are Carbon Neutral certified, meaning only the top-of-the-line environmental conscience with Turmerry!
The Dunlop process that our latex foam undergoes makes the mattress firm in its comforting properties. It responds exquisitely to your body, conforming to its needs every time they interact. And thanks to the improved air circulation from the latex foam, you'll be sleeping on an extremely breathable and cooling surface.
With our labor day mattress sales, you'll be getting a 26% reduction on your latex mattress purchase. That's a $300 profit for 20 long years of wonderful nighttime experiences. With 20 years of warranty, a 60-day sleep trial, and free shipping all across the US, we assure you that a mattress purchase doesn't get much better than this!
Turmerry Latex Mattress
Cooling during summer
Warming during winter
Size -- Twin Mattress, Twin XL Mattress, Full Mattress, Queen Mattress, Split Queen Mattress, King Mattress, Split King Mattress, Cal King Mattress
Height -- 8 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch
Labor Day Mattress Topper Sale
Has your current mattress given up on you? Are you at a crossroads with whether or not you should buy a new one or just compromise with what you have? Boy, you're in luck today! A mattress topper is all that you need to fix this issue, and where better to get it than from Turmerry, especially on our Labor Day Mattress Sale!
Turmerry latex mattress toppers are the safest alternative to your underwhelming mattress experiences. Made from 100% natural latex foam, it is a much healthier and much safer option when compared to memory foam and polyester mattress toppers.
Our Natural latex toppers have no potentially harmful synthetic materials present anywhere within them. They are manufactured with nature by their side. While some gel-infused memory foam toppers need outside materials for their cooling attribute, we get ours from the grace of pure latex. And besides being harmless, they will provide you with exemplary support, pain relief, and resilience that your bed just cannot.
We offer two different types of mattress toppers. Both are made of premium latex foam layers but have varying surface designs. One is the Organic Latex Mattress Topper. It has a plane surface and comes in either mono zone or 5 zone support. "Zones” differ in thickness, pressure, loft, and firmness in certain parts of the mattress so as to conform better to the body's natural curves.
The other variant is the Latex Egg Crate Mattress Topper. This one is unique as it goes by the egg-crate design. Its structure is extremely unusual, yes, but it also contributes significantly to its positive qualities. Each bump on the surface responds with soothing, firm support. It cradles your body and massages the pressure points. Every morning you wake up, you'll be invigorated with a brand-new, refreshing body.
No matter how large your bed is, we've got topper sizes that'll fit every one of them like a glove. We also offer adjustable firmness and thickness levels. Follow the guide in our mattress topper pages, find the customizations that suit you, and Tailor them to your absolute comfort!
Turmerry Latex Mattress Topper
Egg Crate Mattress Topper
Bio-degradable and Eco-friendly
High resilience and Tensile strength
Extra support and contouring
Minimal heat absorption
Great ventilation and Cooling
Size -- Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Thickness -- 2 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 3 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 2 Inch Natural Latex Topper (5 Zone Support), 3 Inch Natural Latex Topper (5 Zone Support)
Firmness -- Soft, Medium, Firm
Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover
A pillow is one of, if not the most important, part of proper sleep and refreshed wake. No matter which position you sleep in, your neck, head, and spine require adequate support to prevent misalignments or pressure build-ups. With our pillows, your body will end up thanking you every morning for the blessing you've bestowed upon it!
The thing about a pillow is - your nose is in close proximity to it. Every night that you use a pillow, you breathe in whatever chemicals that have been used in manufacturing it. That's why we only use organic materials within our latex pillows. It keeps our customers healthy, and that is our top priority!
Be it with regard to your sleeping position, any pain or aches, or just general comfort; our customizable pillow attributes can help you find the proper size, loft, and firmness levels that suit them all accordingly. You also have the option of adding a sturdy organic pillow cover to further increase its protection. It will simplify cleaning and guarantee that the longevity of the pillow skyrockets.
Additionally, there are a wide variety of pillow types to choose from. A few of them are Latex Foam Pillows, Shredded Latex Pillows, Latex Contour Pillows, Latex Body Pillows, and Buckwheat Pillows. Adapting to your head, our pillows respond quickly. In this way, spinal alignment, neck support, and head support are properly taken care of for every sleeping position. Get yourself our toxin-free pillows now, rest easy, and thank us later!
Turmerry Organic Latex Pillows ($59.00 $80.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Contour Pillow ($69.00 $89.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Side Sleeper Pillow ($59.00 $79.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Shredded Latex Pillow ($50.00 $70.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Travel Pillow ($34.00 $50.00)
Turmerry Baby Toddler GOLS Organic Latex Pillow ($49.00 $59.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Half Moon Bolster Pillow ($44.00 $59.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Body Pillow ($89.00 $119.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Convoluted Contour Pillow ($79.00 $99.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Donut Pillow ($44.00 $59.00)
Proper spinal alignment
Precise response to movement
Size -- Standard, Queen, King
Loft -- Mid Loft, High Loft
Firmness -- Soft (45K), Medium (55K), Firm (65K)
Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover
Other Turmerry Products
Besides our pillows, toppers, and mattresses, we also dabble in accessories that make your bedding plusher, and your sleep luxurious. Some of these that are on offer for our labor day mattress sale include - Mattress protector covers, Blanket throws, Bed sheets, and Cushions.
Check out our 100% Natural Bedding Set page to find yourself the perfect organic fittings for all your comfortable bedding needs. If you like in-depth guides, reviews, and tips on maintaining an organic nighttime lifestyle, then our blog section can be of massive service!
Everything we produce is with quality care and in an environmentally conscious manner. We've attained the certifications that deem our products completely natural and healthy, such as GOLS, GOTS, Eco-Institut, Oeko-Tex, and LGA. The ingredients we obtain, such as the latex, are procured with the sustainability of the rubber tree and the environment around it in mind. The facilities within which we manufacture are all Carbon Neutral certified, helping decrease and neutralize the global carbon emission level.
Each of our products is crafted with explicit care and passionate love. What you receive will be the outcome of hundreds of hardworking laborers, who have toiled their hands and legs to make sure you can sleep like royalty!
Our partnership with American Forests gives us the ability to plant a tree every time a purchase is made, which means you too are given the opportunity to help replenish the earth back to its green glory! In short, we ensure only the best treatment for mother nature and the best product for our customers!
GOTS Organic Cotton Waterproof Mattress Protector Cover ($89.00 $99.00)
Crepe Weave Organic Cotton Blanket Throw ($45.00 $55.00)
Organic Luxury Sateen Striped White Bed Sheet Set ($134.00 $164.00)
Organic Sateen Un-Dyed Duvet Cover ($79.00 $99.00)
Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Foam Seat Cushion ($69.00 $89.00)
Is Labor Day the best time to buy a mattress?
Labor Day is one of the most recommended times to go out and purchase your desired mattress. Companies provide you with cheap prices on their mattress products, and you can easily save up to a few hundred dollars on some high-quality mattresses and bedding accessories!
What is the cheapest time to buy a mattress?
Between March and May is the cheapest time to purchase a mattress. The introduction of new models comes after this period, meaning a good deal on the older ones. Inventory clearance is also another thing to factor in during this time when looking for discounted prices.
What is the best day of the week to buy a mattress?
Labor Day, Presidents Day, Fourth of July, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Memorial Day are some of the best days to buy a mattress. Holidays and holiday weekends attract a lot of buyers due to the cut-price products that dominate the market galore.
What is the best mattress for a decent price?
The best mattress for a decent price depends on your necessities. If you're seeking a mattress that is responsive, buoyant, comfortable, supportive, cooling, and natural, then we can easily recommend you the Turmerry Latex Mattress. It is affordable and comes at a greatly reduced price during Labor Day and other holidays.
History of Labor Day
The decade is 1880. While Arthur Conan Doyle rummages through Sherlock Holmes' mind and gifts the world with his inception, Mark Twain has just published another historic piece of literature with The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Through a 5-cent glass of John Pemberton's non-alcoholic "French Wine Coca", the streets of Atlanta bear witness to the first glimpse of Coca-Cola. Somewhere else in the world, citizens gather around a towering structure named The Eiffel Tower to behold its grand inauguration.
This is the era within which Labor Day is born. The first industrial revolution had truly changed the lives of laborers by the mid-19th century, and the second industrial revolution was already gaining a foothold amongst the cityscapes and townsfolk. A number of countries experienced economic prosperity during this period, particularly Europe and the Americas, and modern cities emerged as a result of the foundation of many long-lasting corporations, franchises, and brands, and the introduction of skyscrapers.
Often referred to as the Gilded Age (1874–1907), an explosion of science and electrical technology, especially in mass transit and telecommunications, would see wage growth extending up to 60% in the United States in this timeframe. Manifesting a 48% rise in the average annual wage per industrial worker, what was $380 in 1880 would rise to $564 in 1890. Millions of Europeans immigrated to the US during this time, as American wages grew much higher than those in Europe, especially for skilled workers.
As a result of the grand-scale immigration from Europe and the eastern United States, farming, ranching, and mining flourished in the West, leading to rapid growth in its prominence. The brisk industrialization led to an increase in the importance of labor unions.
Blue-collar and white-collar workers alike benefited from choosing the railroad's career path in the private sector. Educated young men were hired for clerical or statistical work and eventually rose to positions such as station agents or bureaucrats.
They were practically guaranteed permanent employment, received insurance, and received access to healthcare, making them very difficult to replace. Wage rates, hiring, and firing decisions were made by central administrators rather than foremen. Every procedure was followed exactly as prescribed by a growing number of rules, which also specified each person's rank and pay. Railroad careerists were retiring by the 1880s, and a pension system was invented to provide for them.
In the rural setting, farmers tended to their land. Besides being able to raise animals and grow crops, they either owned the land or rented it. Though the product would ultimately have to be sold, they were in control of their life and work. Contrastingly, industrial workers during this time had to sell their souls for a wage. They followed their employer's orders, sacrificing a huge chunk of their freedom and autonomy in the name of the master.
“Wage slavery” was the term that resonated most with these workers, but it was “employment” that the employers preferred. Overcrowding, subpar sanitation, the spread of diseases, and pollution all contributed to the miserable living conditions that prevailed in the cities and towns. In factories, the working environment was frequently unpleasant. The typical 6-day-a-week workday lasted between ten and twelve hours. Oftentimes, unsafe working conditions resulted in tragic accidents.
All this was paired with repetitive, monotonous work and meager pay that only just enabled them to cover the cost of living, which included their rent and food. With little to no job security and control over the work they did or the life they lived, the emergence of labor unions was an inevitability, restlessly biding its entry.
A labor union (otherwise known as a trade union, or just union), is a group of employees who are dedicated to maintaining or improving the conditions of their employment. With the increased bargaining power provided by worker solidarity, they defend the integrity of their industry. This is attained through securing better pay and benefits (such as holidays, health insurance, and retirement), better working conditions, higher safety standards, the establishment of complaint procedures, and the creation of rules governing employees' status (promotions, just-cause conditions, etc.).
Labor unions were first established in Great Britain and gained traction during the Industrial Revolution. Once the Report of the Royal Commission on Trade Unions concluded in 1867, the establishment of the organizations was deemed advantageous to both employers and employees, which meant labor unions in Britain were finally recognized as legal entities in 1872.
After 1870, unions organized by craftsmen, such as carpenters, printers, shoemakers, and cigar makers, grew steadily. In order to gain control over the labor market, and to fight off rival unions, these unions would frequently engage in short strikes.
The Knights of Labor, which were founded in 1869, were the first efficient national labor organization in the United States. After 1880, they started to expand. Following a series of court rulings, legalization developed gradually. In 1881, a group of independent unions came together to form the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions. It adopted its current name, the American Federation of Labor, or AFL, in 1886.
On the first Monday of September, the United States celebrates Labor Day. It is a federal holiday that honors and recognizes the American labor movement as well as the laborers' efforts and contributions to the country's growth and accomplishments. The three-day weekend it prompts is called the Labor Day Weekend.
Prior to being a federal holiday, Labor Day was celebrated by labor activists and states. As the labor and trade union movements grew, the idea to designate a day to honor labor was first put forth by trade unionists in the late 19th century. In accordance with the Central Labor Union's plans, the first Labor Day holiday was observed on September 5th, 1882, (which was a Tuesday!) in New York City.
A parade of 10,000 workers traveled from City Hall to Union Square. Speeches, a concert, and a picnic were held to commemorate the occasion. The holiday was soon moved to the first Monday in September following that initial celebration, with September 5th of 1883 falling on the day after the weekend.
The first labor day was memorable, but it was yet to be considered a federal holiday by the government, which was still very well against the unions and favored the employers over the workers. So, following the passage of municipal ordinances in 1885 and 1886, a movement arose to secure state legislation.
Then came the tragedy of the Haymarket Massacre in 1886. A torrid, tumultuous, and horrific period for the many innocents who took part in the riot, it started as a calm demonstration in support of workers who were on strike for an eight-hour workday. Somewhere along the way, a stick of dynamite was chucked into the police that was trying to disperse the crowd. Gunfire ensued, and total chaos reigned. As the smoke slowly cleared, seven police officers and at least four civilians were lying dead, with dozens of others left wounded. The aftermath would see eight anarchists tried for conspiracy and four of them executed.
It was a harsh wake-up call for the aristocracy. On February 21, 1887, Oregon became the first state to enact a law recognizing Labor Day, despite New York being the first state to introduce a bill. Four more states—Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York—passed legislation establishing a Labor Day holiday in 1887.
The end of the decade would see Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Nebraska all adopting the same policy, and by 1894, twenty-three additional states followed suit. On June 28 of 1894, president Grover Cleveland signed the bill, and Congress passed a law declaring the first Monday of every September an annual holiday.
Despite the legalization of Labor Day, significant improvements in the lives of workers were still a long way off. The Great Depression of 1938 would be the first time that American workers would receive adequate relief in the form of federal protection. This was accomplished by Franklin D. Roosevelt signing legislation requiring laborers to work only 8 hours per day, five days per week. With the passage of this bill, child labor would also be prohibited.
Nowadays, thousands of Americans celebrate Labor Day every year by taking part in parades, picnics, and parties - celebrations reminiscent of the first proposal for a holiday, which suggested observing the day by organizing a street parade to demonstrate "the strength and esprit de corps of trade and labor organizations", followed by a festival to benefit the amusement of the workers and their families. As emphasis shifted to the economic and civic significance of the holiday, prominent men and women were also brought in to engage the crowd with speeches.
Historically, the labor movement has brought us closer to fulfilling our ideas of economic and political democracy. The nation's quality of life has increased, and it has also helped fuel the biggest industrial boom in history. Labor Day is also known and celebrated as May Day in more than 80 countries, including India, Cuba, and China.